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Motherboard makers not keen on Intel's G4x chipsets

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The G41 does offer slightly better graphics than the G31, but in that particular market nobody really cares. The problem is that it has worse CPU compatibility, and it also seems to have lower memory and drive performance than the… Go To Full Article

MSI to deliver the 790X-G45 AM3 motherboard

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MSI is currently working on bringing to market a new motherboard based on the AMD 790X chipset, the 790X-G45. Seen below, the upcoming board makes use of the 790X/SB710 combo and features the APS (Active Phase Switching) function for PWM… Go To Full Article

Facebook User Arrested For a Poke

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A woman in Tennessee has been arrested for poking someone over Facebook. Sharon Jackson had been banned by courts from 'telephoning, contacting or otherwise communicating' with the apparent poke recipient, but just couldn't hold back from clicking the 'poke' button.… Go To Full Article

Thermalright T-Rad2 GTX Cooler and VRM Heatsinks

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Most manufacturers of cooling solutions for graphics cards prefer not to address this matter at all releasing coolers that only cooler the GPU and send some airflow towards the PCB at best. However, this is absolutely not enough, and a… Go To Full Article

Athlon II X3 425 enables to open L3 cache

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It is well known that some AthlonII X4 620 based on deneb can unlock disabled L3 cache.Upcoming AthlonII X3 is from AthlonII X4 with disabled one core.In theory, "deneb"AthlonII X3 can unlock the forth core and L3 cache. Go To Full Article

Hitachi unveils two more 15K RPM Ultrastar HDDs

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Hitachi's storage division has now let loose a couple of new enterprise hard drives, the 2.5-inch Ultrastar C15K147 and 3.5-inch Ultrastar 15K600. Available in 73GB and 147GB capacities, the Ultrastar C15K147 works at 15,000 RPM (rotations per minute), has a… Go To Full Article

AMD’s Radeon HD 5770 & 5750: DirectX 11 for the Mainstream Crowd

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When we were looking at the Radeon HD 5800 series cards, writing a conclusion was rather easy for us. We didn’t need to talk about intangibles like Eyefinity or DirectX 11, because the 5800 series brought better performance at better… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 1GB and Radeon HD 5750 1GB video card review

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Leading the line for this particular architecture is the Radeon HD 5770, which makes use of a fully functional core to deliver 800 Stream Processors and a core clock speed of 850MHz, giving 1.36 TeraFLOPs of computing power. This is… Go To Full Article

XFX & Sapphire Radeon 5750 and 5770 Review

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A few weeks ago we looked at the launch of the Radeon 5870 and followed it up with a look at the 5850 and various partner cards last week. The new 5800 series impressed us thanks to its excellent performance… Go To Full Article

Sapphire and ASUS HD5770 reviews

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The new 5xxx series has changed the way we look at graphics cards. Bringing with it not only the fastest single GPU to date, but the first card to support DX11. It is only fitting that ATI downgrade the 5850… Go To Full Article

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